Welcome to the UW Medicine Alumni Association’s page. We’re here to connect our alumni, to support students and trainees at the UW School of Medicine, and to help alumni serve as the School’s advocates where they live and work.
Hooding is just one week from today for our fourth year students! This year’s senior class is honoring their graduation by raising money for service learning. You can find out more – and support their effort – by going to supportuwmedicine.org/seniors-2017
Join us in celebrating the 2017 UW School of Medicine Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award recipients at a Toast to the UW School of Medicine on Friday, June 2, at 7 p.m. at the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) in Seattle. We look forward to seeing you!
depts.washington.edu Kick off the weekend at a Toast to the UW School of Medicine, an all-classes celebration at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) on the shore of Lake Union. Registration ends May 22
Whether you graduated one or 50-plus+ years ago, join us in celebrating your reunion at the UW School of Medicine! Rekindle friendships, reminisce with classmates from your WWAMI site, recall your most memorable medical-school moments, and learn about UW Medicine today.
Learn more at uwmedalumni.org/reunion
Get to know Richard Kirkpatrick, one of this year's Distinguished Alumnus Award recipients.
medicine.uw.edu Dr. Kirkpatrick received his undergraduate degree in 1968 and his medical degree in 1972 from the University of Washington. Since 1976, he has been a general internist in the medically-underserved city of Longview, Washington.
Meet the recipient of the 2017 UW School of Medicine Alumni Humanitarian Award, Lois Thetford, PA-C (Seattle 14)
knkx.org Treating homeless people takes special training, but it's not something doctors, nurses, and other health care providers typically learn in school. That's
Student David Yu is illustrating his way through medical school. See more at http://depts.washington.edu/givemed/magazine/2017/01/the-healing-art-of-illustration/
MEDEX Northwest student delivers healthcare from the heart in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Read more at http://depts.washington.edu/givemed/magazine/2017/01/healthcare-from-the-heart/
Resident Josh Lacsina, M.D., shares health innovations from WWAMI in Naivasha, Kenya.
Read more at http://depts.washington.edu/givemed/magazine/2017/01/accelerating-population-health/
Accelerate change: creating the road map to global health and social justice.
Read more at http://depts.washington.edu/givemed/magazine/2017/01/on-the-fast-track-to-a-healthier-world#change
Wondering how to get the most out of your next salary negotiation? Want to learn how to get better results at the negotiating table? Join us on March 7 for this special program designed to increase your confidence in your negotiating abilities, create a better understanding of the social dynamics of negotiation, and provide you with a variety of strategies, tools and tactics to help you negotiate effectively. Space is limited - register today!
events.uw.edu Join us for a special evening for young alumni! Reconnect with classmates, network with fellow UW School of Medicine alumni, and enrich your knowledge with a fast-paced, interactive session on effective negotiations — useful at work and home.
Turning Passion into Achievement.
Pacific Northwest Ballet's official page.
With four Seattle neighborhood studios, 8 Limbs offers over 100 classes a day with exceptional teachers, Teacher Training, Retreats, Series & more.
The LI at UPC serves refugees, immigrants, and foreign students through ESL classes and home tutoring.
The mission of Pottery Northwest is to develop and promote excellence in the ceramic arts. Pottery Northwest’s goal is to provide a professional facility in an educational atmosphere for the enhancement of skills in the medium of clay.
Ballet Exclusively, Adults Exclusively
SCC Student Leadership We empower you to be active on campus and engage with the community.
"TheFilmSchool is truly a life changing experience."
Gildenfire Dance is based in Creative Movement, Modern Dance, Ballet and Yoga. Through games, songs, skill building and introduction to dance concepts, children gain balance, coordination, confidence and a love for dance.
Founded in 1994 as the Pacific Northwest's first music conservatory, SCM has succeeded in educating aspiring classical music pre-college students to be confident and seasoned performers and musical leaders. Extension programs are offered for adults.
Wushu, Taijiquan , Filipino Martial Arts, and self defense instruction, serving West Seattle, Beacon Hill, South Seattle, Sodo Center, Burien, White Center